Comat Technologies (Pvt.) Ltd., in collaboration with Vishwa Bharti Institute, has announced a programme that will provide online coaching for tackling the Common Entrance Test (CET) to students from rural areas. Comat Technologies, along with the Government of Karnataka, had taken up the citizen-centric project and set up over 800 tele-centres across the State. The initiative will be launched on January 21.
The training will be through Comat Technologies' “Nemmadi” tele-centres and district offices, which are equipped with VSAT connectivity. Vishwa Bharati's trainers will come to Comat's studio in Bangalore and the training programme will be telecast live through satellite using broadband connectivity across the “Nemmadi” centres and district offices.
R. Sriram, General Manager, Comat Technologies (Pvt.) Ltd., said that through this medium, 750 rural and semi-urban locations will have access to quality education. Comat Technologies (Pvt.) Ltd. is expecting to enrol around 1,500 to 2,000 students all over Karnataka.
To create awareness among students about the programme, the company is taking the help of self-help groups and local student bodies. The course will comprise 120 hours of online interactive training, practice tests, assignments and study material. The last date for registration is January 15.
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